Topic: Poll relationship vs science nerds

Yes ok it was very funny to see them struggle in the attempt to have a relationship.

But now i want to get back to the good good nerd stuff ... i hope there are still some jokes left ...

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nerdy stuff ftw.

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relashionship episode = bad episode

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Big Bang is a stupid show about smart people. Not my line, I stole from somewhere. Cant remember where

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IMHO the best thing it's the perfect balance between nerdy relationship attempts with some successful episodes. But it shouldn't be too permanent. Still a great show and I'm always amazed with the crazy stuff Chuck Lorre comes up with big_smile

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It should definately be a show about science and nerdy stuff. Anyway, I got bored with it in season 3, long before some of the guys found their other halves. So I'm not even thinking about picking it up again. smile

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What Chuck Lorre has created so far i liked, atleast his last 3 shows. Dunno what he did before those.

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HomerS wrote:

What Chuck Lorre has created so far i liked, atleast his last 3 shows. Dunno what he did before those.

*Roseanne, 1990–1992, (writer, co-executive producer, supervising producer)
*Grace Under Fire, 1993–1998 (creator, writer, co-executive producer, supervising producer)
*Cybill, 1995–1998 (creator, writer, executive producer)
*Dharma & Greg, 1997–2002 (creator, writer, executive producer)
*Two and a Half Men, 2003–present (creator, writer, executive producer)
*The Big Bang Theory, 2007–present (creator, writer, executive producer)
*Mike & Molly, 2010–present (executive producer, writer)

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science - nerds is no doubt the winner - allthough some relationships episode has been very good they are far between. Sheldon and Amy still funny at times though.

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Daemonius wrote:
HomerS wrote:

What Chuck Lorre has created so far i liked, atleast his last 3 shows. Dunno what he did before those.

*Roseanne, 1990–1992, (writer, co-executive producer, supervising producer)
*Grace Under Fire, 1993–1998 (creator, writer, co-executive producer, supervising producer)
*Cybill, 1995–1998 (creator, writer, executive producer)
*Dharma & Greg, 1997–2002 (creator, writer, executive producer)
*Two and a Half Men, 2003–present (creator, writer, executive producer)
*The Big Bang Theory, 2007–present (creator, writer, executive producer)
*Mike & Molly, 2010–present (executive producer, writer)

Thanks, i think i have seen some Dharma & Greg episodes back then but don't remember if i liked them.

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I think some relationship stuff is required. The title of the show does propose, tongue-in-cheekily, that 'banging' is probably going to be one of the fundamental objectives of the show.
...though it seemed to work better with desperate nerds than with long-term-relationship nerds.

I think Sheldon's assistant would make for a far more entertaining counterpart to Leonard actually...best of both worlds...a relationship to develop plots around, made of two different styled nerds--it'd basically be a repeat of what makes Leonard and Sheldon's relationship entertaining, only it'd be prettier.

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TBBT is what the public thinks nerds are, Community is how nerds really are. At least that's how I have always saw the two shows.

I've said this many times on this forum but the show went downhill after it added the two females to the cast. Howard dating what is essentially his mother and a character with all the annoying qualities of Sheldon with none of the humor do not make for good TV. Although I haven't liked a single show produced by Chuck Lorre so that might have something to do with it. (I did enjoy Rosenne but the later season's after the guy left)

tl:dr Science stuff

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Community has never made me laugh even once. I feel that there is an over abundance of shows where people being unpleasant or idiotic forms the bulk of the comedic effort. I get enough idiocy in real life, so maybe that's why I don't like shows like The Office (either version).  I liked Dharma & Greg as a kid, but it seems much less amusing now, like trying to re-watch 3rd Rock From The Sun. In contrast, News Radio remains amusing. I think my adolescent self mostly enjoyed Jenna Elfman's tall leggy blonde cheerfulness when Dharma & Greg was originally on the air.

Big Bang Theory is still on my short-list of shows to watch, but the science jokes have all but disappeared ever since the viewing audience exploded in size. I'd like to see more science jokes versus geeky referential gags. The relationship aspect is tolerable to me, except when it strays from relationship humor, into relationship drama.  Again, I get enough drama in my own life, I don't generally enjoy watching it on TV. The only recent dramatic series I've enjoyed was Halt & Catch Fire, though mostly for the genuine old school tech exhibited on that show. I used / own some of those machines!

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Regarding geeky referential gags:
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